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Two-time major winner Jordan Spieth says the US Ryder Cup team is looking to pay tribute to Arnold Palmer this week after his death and bringing home the trophy would certainly qualify. The Americans have lost three in a row, six of seven and eight of the past 10 Ryder Cup showdowns to Europe ahead of Friday's start of the 41st biennial matches at Hazeltine. "As Team USA, we're all looking to do something to honor him this week," Spieth said.
The Latest on the first of three presidential debates between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump (all times EDT): 8:50 p.m. The presidential candidates have arrived at Hofstra University ...
By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Uncertainty gripped Asian markets on Tuesday as investors braced for a potentially pivotal U.S. presidential debate, shunning stocks while favoring safe-haven bonds and the yen. Early jitters saw Japan's Nikkei sink 1.4 percent to its lowest in seven weeks, while the dollar dropped to a one-month trough around 100.08 yen before steadying. A higher yen is seen as a threat to exporter sales and profits.